We always pass by this restaurant in White Plains whenever we go to our favorite spa, The Body Spa and Waxing Lounge (ahem), and never really gave it much thought until a week ago.
We always have a great time when we drop by the Salcedo Saturday Market, and this weekend was no exception.
So we took the plunge and set-up a spa called The Body Spa and Waxing Lounge. It’s a little scary and a lot exciting, but we’ve been getting a lot of good feedback and, after all of the hard work, we’re very happy with the final result. In this article, we’ll be showing you exactly how we set up The Body Spa & Waxing Lounge hoping that it might inspire more people to become entrepreneurs.
It was with a peculiar, and perhaps less than noble, fixation that I read about your crime. A crime which was extraordinarily morbid, and sensational. And I gathered the following details: You were thirteen years old. You stole a .22 caliber pistol. You wrote a suicide letter; short, but it got the message across. You went to SM City Mall, Pampanga. You met your seventeen year old lover in front of the Astrovision store in the mall’s Building 3. You shot him in the head. The bullet lodged in his brain and left him brain dead. You then turned the gun on yourself and pulled the trigger.
This is the story of your life: you want to be a mature and financially responsible adult capable of handling your own money, except you tend to be your own worst enemy. Notwithstanding your good intent, saving enough of your cash for that rainy day seems like an impossible task. So every month, right before payday, you wonder where all your money went and why you’re suddenly broke again. The cycle repeats itself, over and over, ad nauseaum.
To help you in your path to financial wellness, in this article, we’re giving you five ways you can trick your brain and psychological impulses so you can save money and limit the instances when you fall into the trap of compulsive shopping.